The Lenzerheide winter sports area’s most challenging piste hugs the steep slopes above Parpan. It is named in honour of local skiing expert Silvano Beltrametti. This route is the steepest women's World Cup downhill anywhere in the world.
The "Silvano Beltrametti" World Cup and training route is not suitable for beginners. At its steepest, this black-marked slope has a stunning 65 percent gradient. Seasoned skiers consider this run to be an exciting challenge: It provides the opportunity to tackle a slope by which the alpine skiing elite measure themselves. The starting point is the Mottahütte, where the Weisshorn ski lift stops. This World Cup route finishes up at the edge of the village of Parpan.
Starting point: Mottahütte (2257 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: chairlift

Destination: Parpan (1530 m a.s.l.)

Length: 2.45 km

Altitude difference: 727 Meter

Gradient: 65% (maximum)

Level of difficulty: difficult (normal slope)

Food and beverages: at the start and at the end

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